Rosarrock is one of the oldest settled farms in Cornwall and is listed in the Domesday book, since these times it has only been farmed by 4 families. The original, Catholic Roscarrock family lived and farmed here from the 14th to the 17rth Century when their line died out.  The farm is now owned by the Sloman family – Robert & Kate and their 4 sons who run the property as a farm, wedding venue and holiday destination.

The farm is nestled between Port Isaac and Port Quinn and boasts 3.5 miles of coastline on the North Coast of Cornwall.  This includes 3 headlands – Lobber Point above Port Isaac, Varley Head and Kellan Head above Port Quinn.  The views from the farm are stunning with an outlook that includes The Rumps, Doyden Point and Pentire Head.  

Roscarrock was described by Sir John Betjamin as one of the earliest examples of landscape gardening as the house was put in a certain position for it's beautiful view of the Rumps. The New Pevsner Guide describes Roscarrock as 'instantly loveable', a rare example of a medieval house and farm still together.

Roscarrock provides the backdrop to Port Isaac - "Port Wenn" in the Doc Martin TV series while Roscarrock Manor was Nampara in the original Poldark. The farm is still available as a location for filming.